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1. There was a downloadable workshop manual (be patient as its a 50Mb plus file) for the blue TTRs (1999 onwards) here but I just tried the link and its pointing me to  new provider CX - anyone know if its OK?

2. Vernon Thornton sent me a link to the workshop manual (your responsibility to check its safe) for a US 1999 model TTR - see here - thanks Vernon!

3. An alternative emailed copy is available - many thanks Matt G (Matt Gand Jarrah (TT-R250Mfor offering this service!

4. Download pdf owners manual for blue TTRs here: http://www.yamahaownershandbook.com.au/index.php  Click on "SUPPORT" at the bottom of the page and that takes you to a page with the "Owners Handbook" option wink



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Assume this is for 99-03 model?  Is that much change for the 04-onward, 250-RS model?  



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DC wrote:

Assume this is for 99-03 model?  Is that much change for the 04-onward, 250-RS model?  


Hi DC,

I have a 2009 model and use that manual. I went to the local Yahama dealer that I brought the bike from and asked for the newest manual so I can service the bike myself. He pulled out a copy just like in the link.

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Thanks to everyone's help.

This is what makes a forum so worthwhile to be a member of .

Safe riding to you all 



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+1

Always useful to have a soft copy kept on Drop Box and access it from anywhere!

Thanks.



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Got the 94 TTR manual from the 'support' link at the bottom of the homepage reached by the link on this thread.

Ace! I can start getting some routine maintenance stuff done now smile



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Just send me a PM (Private Message) with your email address. To do this, just click on my user name and a dialogue box will pop up with an option on the bottom right to send me a PM.

It does seem to take 24 hours for the email to get to you from when I send it.confuse 



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Well done Matt - that is an excellent service to offer smile

Brian



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Many thanks, Matt.

Excellent service from the main man in Australia.

I downloaded both the documents and everything was hunky-dorey.

One fault though - all the pictures and writing is upside down.

I realised that it's because they're Australian books. Easily overcome though - I put the paper upside-down in my printer and fooled it.

Star man Matt.

Martyn



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Hey People

Instant Manual Download for the Blue TTR only.

Just Click, it should start right away, well it does with Firefox anyway, don't know about IE or Chrome, if it won't work I have probably used up by bandwidth allowance, try again after the 15th of the next month

Cheers



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Has anyone managed to get a copy of the Owners (not Service) Manual to print please? 

The copy I downloaded from the Yamaha site is print protected for some reason cry

Brian



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TTRfan wrote:

Has anyone managed to get a copy of the Owners (not Service) Manual to print please? 

Brian


 I have a copy that I printed no problems. I will send to sales@totallyttrs.com.

Let me know how you go, it is a big download so you will have to wait a little for it to load.

Enjoy!

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Forgot to say Jarrah - it's for the white metal-tanked TTR - not the later blue model.

Cheers

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TTRfan wrote:

Has anyone managed to get a copy of the Owners (not Service) Manual to print please? 

The copy I downloaded from the Yamaha site is print protected for some reason cry

Brian


 Couldnt you open the file, copy and past it into a new file (pdf/word) 



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I am using Foxit and can't see how to copy it confuse



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martin555 wrote:

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I try to collect them all here, later on a dedicated location


 thanks!



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